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Donald Trump Sidelines Immigration Economics in 2020 Campaign

Donald Trump’s populist immigration agenda was central to his 2016 triumph — but he has not focused on the economic impact of immigration in his 2020 reelection bid despite the huge economic damage it is doing to blue-collar and white-collar Americans, say immigration activists.

US President Donald Trump holds a Make America Great Again rally as he campaigns at Orlando Sanford International Airport in Sanford, Florida, October 12, 2020. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP) (Photo by SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

White House Touts H-1B Visa Worker Reforms

The White House is touting President Donald Trump’s curbs on the mass replacement of Americans by H-1B visa workers. raising some hopes among reformers that the President may push the issue in the final weeks of the campaign.

Indian software developer and entrepreneur Nischal Shetty at his office in Mumbai, India, in this file photo. India’s massive technology outsourcing industry employs millions of people.

President Trump Curbs ‘OPT’ Outsourcing of College Jobs

The federal government provided work permits to 537,000 foreign college graduates in 2019, so forcing American graduates to compete for decent jobs against migrants who gladly accept low wages and long hours in exchange for getting green cards from their employers.

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Trump’s DHS Starts to Import 85,000 H-1B Graduate Gig Workers

President Donald Trump’s deputies announced Friday that they had begun the process of importing 85,000 H-1B gig workers to take white-collar jobs that will be needed after October by the millions of American graduates who are now losing jobs in the coronavirus crash.

Staff at work in the Boatsetter office, a South Florida based boat-renting tech company on August 7, 2019 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. - Strategically positioned, South Florida is a growing hub for startups and tech companies where unicorns are called, at least by one of the accelator companies in the …